Spring Toronto Instagram

15 photos of spring in Toronto on Instagram

It seems as though mother nature has been suffering from a severe case of split personality disorder. I'm hesitant to even suggest that spring has finally sprung, for fear it might incite a freak snowstorm or hail-mess. That said, April really is the cruellest month — all these blooms and Instagram pics of flowers are mixed with rain and snow. So, here we go around the prickly pear. Mix and match your poems and seasons (as long as they're by T.S.)! There's no time for winter whimpers — and, no, this ain't the way the world ends. It's just so uncomplicatedly pretty.

Earlier this week we reached out to our Instagram followers for snaps of spring in Toronto. Here are some of our favourites tagged wth #springTO.

#SpringTO Instagram

Photo by soteeoh

#SpringTO Instagram

Photo by travellingbelle

#SpringTO Instagram

Photo by mondegro

#SpringTO Instagram

Photo by tramista

#SpringTO Instagram

Photo by blogTO

#SpringTO Instagram

Photo by thegoldiek

#SpringTO Instagram

Photo by travellingbelle

#SpringTO Instagram

Photo by bookishbird

#SpringTO Instagram

Photo by soteeoh

#SpringTO Instagram

Photo by super6mario

#SpringTO Instagram

Photo by brockpapers

#SpringTO Instagram

Photo by thegoldiek

#SpringTO Instagram

Photo by super6mario

#SpringTO Instagram

Photo by travellingbelle


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